Note that in order for spamd to accecpt input from these two plugins, it must be running with the "-l, --allow-tell" switch.
The description of what this does is below (from http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.1.x/dist/doc/spamd.html ).
Allow learning and forgetting (to a local Bayes database), reporting and revoking (to a remote database) by spamd. The client issues a TELL command to tell what type of message is being processed and whether local (learn/forget) or remote (report/revoke) databases should be updated.
Note that spamd always trusts the username passed in (unless --auth-ident is used) so clients could maliciously learn messages for other users. (This is not ususally a concern with an SQL Bayes store as users will typically have read-write access directly to the database, and can also use sa-learn with the -u option to achieve the same result.)"
In addition your probably need to set up the "-A host,..., --allowed-ips=host,..." option:
"-A host,..., --allowed-ips=host,...
Specify a list of authorized hosts or networks which can connect to this spamd instance. Single IP addresses can be given, ranges of IP addresses in address/masklength CIDR format, or ranges of IP addresses by listing 3 or less octets with a trailing dot. Hostnames are not supported, only IP addresses. This option can be specified multiple times, or can take a list of addresses separated by commas. Examples:
-A 10.11.12.13 -- only allow connections from 10.11.12.13.
-A 10.11.12.13,10.11.12.14 -- only allow connections from 10.11.12.13 and 10.11.12.14.
-A 10.200.300.0/24 -- allow connections from any machine in the range 10.200.300.*.
-A 10. -- allow connections from any machine in the range 10.*.*.*.
By default, connections are only accepted from localhost [127.0.0.1]."
I have not yet figured out how to tell if SA has actually received and learned the message.
So how do we know if it is working? Should there be some output in the standard log? I have tried both the outlook and thunderbird extensions and neither produce any feedback.
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